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Thursday, November 8, 2007

Don Surber On Iraq War Success And Politics

As the Democratic Party leadership, for lack of a more precise term, focuses on distractions away from the Good News in the Iraq war, it is we in the New Media to bring to the attention of the American People what idiots they, the Democratic Party leadership, really are.

Don Surber sums it up very nicely:
[...] Exactly. Steingart gets it. Reid, Pelosi and Obama do not. They are guided by political expediency. History guides Bush.

Steingart is hardly a fan of the president. But Germans tend to have this far-left pacifism.

Fortunately, the Germans no longer have far-left leadership. Nor do the French.

In my column this week, I concluded, "As they shop for a presidential candidate, Republicans are looking for the next Reagan, a fellow who suffered a great dip in popularity early in his first term. I suggest they may be better off looking for the next George Walker Bush."

The Iraq war is far from over. But if the next 12 months see a reduction in deaths the way the last 2 months have, then Americans will accept Iraq as a victory.

That pretty much eliminates an Obama or Edwards presidency, and maybe even a Hillary one. [...]
And the beats goes on...